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    Main » 2010 » April » 29 » the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band ~ 1967 ~ Vol. 2 (Breaking Through)
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    the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band ~ 1967 ~ Vol. 2 (Breaking Through)
    the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band ~ 1967 ~ Vol. 2 (Breaking Through)genre: psych
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    wikipedia:
    Volume 2 (Breaking Through) is a psychedelic rock album by the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. It is actually the group's third album, it was released in 1967 on Reprise (R 6270 mono, RS 6270 stereo). At the time of recording, Michael Lloyd was not present so the group was reduced to Bob Markley, the Harris brothers, and uncredited contributions of Ron Morgan. On the back of original LP release appears 'Breaking Through' and the declaration: "Every song in this album has been written, arranged, sung and played by the group. No one censored us. We got to say everything we wanted to say, in the way we wanted to say it".
    On the single release and album track titled "Smell of Incense" composed by Markley and Morgan, Shaun Harris injects a slowed down pulsating bass melody similar to The Beatles "Day Tripper". It makes the song both familiar and fresh at the same time. The track "Suppose They Gave a War and No One Comes" actually copies direct quotes from an address by Franklin Roosevelt on August 16, 1936 at Chautauqua, New York.

    01 - In The Arena 4:15
    02 - Suppose They Give A War And No One Comes
     (Markley, Roger Bryant) 
    3:42
    03 - Buddha 2:09
    04 - Smell Of Incense 5:52
    05 - Overture-WCPAEB Part II 1:33
    06 - Queen Nymphet 2:20
    07 - Unfree Child 4:05
    08 - Carte Blanche 2:46
    09 - Delicate Fawn 2:32
    10 - Tracy Had A Hard Day Sunday 4:36

    bonus:

    11. Smell of Incense (2) 2:28
    12. Unfree Child (2) 2:53


    All tracks written by Bob Markley and Shaun Harris, except where noted.

    Bob Markley: vocals
    Shaun Harris: bass, vocals
    Danny Harris: guitar, vocals
    Ron Morgan: guitar
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